EXCLUSIVE – Sequester and Furloughs: It’s Discount Espionage Time

For decades, the US military, Intelligence Community and contractors have been required to not only continuously evaluate their workforces for eligibility to access classified information, but also to be on the lookout for signs and indicators of potentially treasonous espionage from within their ranks. This includes the criminal leaking under the nation’s espionage laws of the nation’s most closely guarded foreign intelligence collection operations.

Foreign Intelligence Security Services (FISS) aggressively keep an eye out for persons who are vulnerable to exploitation and, eventually, turning them into spies against the United States.

The threat of penetration by FISS is ever-present …

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